Through Hollow Lands: Lilienthal|Zamora

Fluorescent tube art installation at Frye Art Museum, Seattle, by Lilienthal and ZamoraFluorescent tube art installation at Frye Art Museum, Seattle, by Lilienthal and ZamoraFluorescent tube art installation at Frye Art Museum, Seattle, by Lilienthal and ZamoraClick to enlarge

LILIENTHAL|ZAMORA is a collaboration between Etta Lilienthal and Ben Zamora, both performance designers who together have worked on many striking stage sets (I especially love last year’s Underbelly) as well as the labyrinthic installation Through Hollow Lands at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle. Made with 200 suspended fluorescent tubes, the bright and geometric piece has a great futuristic look to it. Beautiful.

Photos: Malcolm Smith courtesy Frye Art Museum except 4th photo down oieouio

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